Godwin is of course dealing with a hamstring issue and doesn't seem likely to play. But now Jones is dealing with a knee issue and Gage a hamstring as well. Evans, we reported today, had his calf wrapped. This is a situation to watch heading into Week 2.
The Bucs were without Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, and Julio Jones in Week 3, and it was apparent as Tom Brady struggled to move the ball for most of the game. Brady wasn't awful, though, throwing for 271 yards and a touchdown. But the injuries at receiver have kept him way off pace from where he was a year ago. The good news is Brady will have Evans back from suspension this week, and Jones could potentially return from injury. He also gets a much easier matchup as the Chiefs have given up the ninth-most average fantasy points to quarterbacks this year. Brady isn't a must-start option like he was a year ago, but he's still a good option if you don't have a top-tier player.